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Caleb Charland Photography

The laws of physics and science in progress are beautifully represented in this photographer’s work –┬áCaleb Charland

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The Weird Inner World of the 3D Fractal

This post is about one of the really cool things that happens when maths I don’t understand and technologies I don’t understand get together to make something awesome. Let us begin: A fractal is a conceptual object that reveals further details about its shape ad infinitum, upon ever-closer inspection of it’s fabric. Think of the […]

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Toward a Science of Simplicity

George Whitesides – Toward a science of simplicity

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Nature in Numbers

Saw something pretty cool on Boing Boing just now – a short film demonstrating how mathematic principles manifest in nature. It’s something you’ll all have heard about, but the below actually shows you the background, and does so in a really lovely way. Top marks to filmmaker Cristobal Vila for making Fibonacci, Golden and Angle […]

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The Future of Love

Love is here to stay Human beings are hard-wired to love. As babies, we rely solely on the love of our parents for our survival. As adults, our instinct to love keeps us producing those babies. So what is the future for love? Guest blogger Lindsey Mountford investigates: Love is a drug. The state we […]

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